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Gloomy vibe from infrastructure sector as RMA changes unveiled

Government chalks up 'tough on crime' point with resurrected three strikes law

Lending rule changes a prelude to bigger overhaul of CCCFA

20,000 more on jobseeker benefits than this time last year

Over 3,000 public service jobs now proposed to go

The future of news on Three

Mega tunnel idea prompts anger and satire but finds a couple of champions

PM eyes new export markets on week-long Southeast Asian tour

Does Melissa Lee have a plan to help media?

A shocking night in parliament and a victory for fairness

Do MPs deserve a pay rise?

The government's nine big goals for 2030

Growing number of homeowners falling behind on their mortgage

Homes of the future to be built with cheaper, more varied building supplies

Scale of public service job cuts becomes clearer as restructure plans roll out

Taking decisions and raising the energy: the government's new action plan

All change for minimum wages, EV charges, mortgage interest and more

A Budget Policy Statement that said a little less than expected

China rifles through our digital drawers

Why Civil Defence was under-prepared and overwhelmed by Cyclone Gabrielle

Wellington counts the cost of public sector cuts

Customers getting a raw deal from competition-averse major banks

Dramatic drop in people worried about law and order as youth crime figures soar. Why?

Questions mount about how tax cuts will be funded and what they will look like

Peters' Nazi comparison pushes Greens' bad week from the headlines

Why council rates are going up and up

Why all eyes are on a council meeting in Wellington today

A government on the fast track making no apologies about it

Seymour readies to regulate regulation

Landlords celebrate a happy new tax year

TVNZ braces for bad news as Seymour accuses media of 'enormous self-pity'

Government wants landlords to pitch in and help end emergency housing crisis

Merits of school lunches unpacked, as military-style academies prepped for service

War on future potholes as public transport funding cut, tax and fees to rise for drivers

Political entitlements in an austere era

What's comes next after the 100 day plan is ticked off? Another one.

The pointy political questions after yesterday's breaking news about breaking news

The Māori Health Authority is all but gone, so what will replace it?

Is a hawkish stance enough or will the Reserve Bank strike with a hike?

Top cop casts doubt on government's gang plan

Cost of living pushes child poverty rates to pre-Covid highs

Collins knew the power of words, was often a man of few

What's next for Labour now Robertson has signed off?

National treads familiar territory with welfare ‘reset’ signalling

Luxon promises 'tough love' in bleak State of the Nation speech

Environmentalists fearful of government's business-first approach

Port Hills blaze still not contained and spreading

Brown v Brown: mayor makes good on transport project threat

Three Waters gone by end of February

Rising poll numbers bolster Act's Treaty principles pushback

Auckland tax cut fuels electric vehicle woes

Prime minister brings hammer down on Treaty bill

Messages both striking and safe delivered at Waitangi

A wary welcome to Waitangi for Luxon and Seymour

The curious case of Casey Costello and the tobacco taxes

A black January on New Zealand's roads

James Shaw goneburger

A call to arms for Wellingtonians

David Seymour says he won't back down on Treaty bill

Wellington’s water woes may be getting worse

Cost of living pressures continue to ease

New Zealand enters a new Middle East conflict

Tourism operators celebrate international visitor bounce-back

A joyful assertion of mana motuhake

A windy road ahead for sustainable transport choices

NCEA pass rates fall as education sector preps for a testing 2024

Golriz Ghahraman's resignation raises questions about life in political spotlight

Calls for leadership and delivery: kickstarting the political year ahead

A brighter tomorrow? The NZ economic outlook for 2024